Monthly Archives: January 2020

New Years Resolutions for Recent Divorcees

One of the traditions that many people engage in as the new year rolls around is creating resolutions to improve and better themselves. If you are currently navigating a divorce, it can be an excellent idea to begin the year by making resolutions to focus on achieving both a happier and healthier you. The following […]

Factors That Influence How Retirement Plans are Divided During Divorce

Deciding how to divide retirement benefits during a divorce might seem easy, but many people find that it is one of the most challenging parts of the divorce process. Not only is it critical to determine whether you will divide the assets with your spouse or keep them to yourself, you also must answer a […]

Things to Remember When Creating a Parenting Plan

If you are navigating a divorce and children are involved, you will likely be required to create a parenting plan. You will likely be told that it is a good idea to create a parenting plan that contains all of the provisions that you will want to follow after your divorce is finalized, but it […]

Recognizing When a Child of Divorce Needs to See a Therapist

The divorce process is full of complex emotions including anger, sadness, and stress. Most parents who navigate divorce are also concerned about their children’s well-being. Even the most peaceful divorces still have the potential to substantially disrupt a child’s life. The most argumentative and contentious divorces can cause substantial emotional unrest in children. In either […]

The Role of Stock Options in Divorce Settlements

If you are going through a divorce, you likely know by now that all marital assets, as well as debts, must be divided. While things like the family’s house and bank accounts often form the focus of this division process, stock options must also be divided, yet are frequently overlooked. Some parties forget to include […]

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